A 14th century French Gothic church, Naples Cathedral – il Duomo, was built by the Angevins (AD 1266 – 1435) and is the seat of the Naples Archdiocese. Naples Cathedral is also home to the Crypt and the Chapel of Naples Patron Saint, San Gennaro and it is where the Festival of San Gennaro, the infamous blood liquefaction ceremony takes place three times a year. Also of interest is the 4th century AD Basilica Santa Restituta commissioned by the first Christian Roman Emperor, Constantine I and the oldest surviving baptistery of its kind in the western world, the Byzantine San Giovanni in Fonte.

Visit Naples Cathedral

Via Duomo, 147, Naples
+39 081 449097
Open Mon – Sat 0800 – 1230 & 1630 – 1900, Sunday 0800 – 1230 & 1700 – 1930
Mass – Mon – Fri 0830, 0900, 1830, Sunday 0900, 1100, 1230, 1830
Cathedral – Free, Baptistry €1,50

Naples Duomo